The children from the Embera village of Llano Bonito de Mogue show us some of their traditional dances. Most dances show their interpretation of the animals that can be observed around them in the rainforest (snake, squirrel, etc.) Read on to find out how you can help the children of Llano Bonito.
Background: During the first ever Artists for Conservation (AFC) Flag Expedition in December 2005, David spent almost one month in the Darien jungle of Panama, observing, studying, and gathering reference material on the Harpy Eagle and its habitat. A hut in the remote Embera village of Llano Bonito de Mogue was "home" for most of David's time in Panama. Since then, David has returned several times to the village to deliver school and personal care supplies, and to help the community build new sanitation facilities. Read about these trips and find out how you can help with David's conservation and humanitarian efforts in the "Get Involved" section of his website (www.davidkitler.com/get-involved.htm).
For more information on David's Flag Expedition, visit www.natureartists.com/flagexpeditions/home.asp?ExpeditionID=1.